Miss Lilly Nichols is expected home next week. Mark Howard, of Hartford, Conn., ia in the city. Miss LouUe Huggins is the guest of Mrs. Henniquin. J. E. Fiekl, of_Alpena, is In the city to-day on business. Miss Malony, of Detroit, is visitiiif Miss May Bieakey. Mrs. Hall" is here to see her son D. J. gradúate to inorrow. Theo. ScUmid, of Chicago, is visiting with bis brother F red. Miss Wiluiot returned Momlay from Cooper'i Institute, N. Y. Mis. R. Steele and Miss Guppy started for California Monday night. Miss Ida Belle Winchell is expected home from Boston next week. Mrs. Blanchard, of Detroit, is visiting N. M. Schoff's, south División. Mrs. and Miss Scott, mother and sister of F. N., of '84, are in the city. W. B. Cady, ot Sault Ste. Marie, II attending commencement exercises. Don A. Garwood, 81, 3 in town at the reunion of his fraternity and class. H, F. Douglaa, of Westerly, R. I., 3 visiting his son, Prof. C. II. J. Douglas. Mrs. Edwards, Lansing, Mich., is visiting Mrs. Taylor and son, Williams street. J. T. Jacobs and daughter left tlils morning tor a business trip to Columbus Ohio. E. A. Gott, Detroit, will be out the lattci part of the week to spend several days in the city. Mlsaei NaneUe and Daisy Burleigh, former residents of Ann Arbor, are visiting in the city. Earl B. Coe, law 'SO, now a rising young lawyer in Denver, Colorado, returned Monday night to review college scènes. Miss J. C. Mahon starled for New York Monday evening to take steamer for England, where she will pass the remmer. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Southard, Brooklyn, N. Y., arrive this evening to spend a few days with Mi. and Mrs. W. R. Henderson. Rev. S. II. Adams, of Chicago, has been in the city several days looking after the purehuse of property to locute in Ann Arbor next fall. L. J. Gale, of the firm of Gale & Blocki, Chicago, 111., spent some days in Ann Arbor recently. He expeets to pinchase property here and build. C. R. Miller, of Adrián, is in the city to-day. His name is loouiing up as a candidate for Congress, and yesterday's Adrián Times gave him a good send-off. Emanuel Griese, Columbus, O., is in the city. His brother John Griese is a member of the senior pharmacy class. John's father will be here to-day, also. Col. J. W. Childs, on the government survey in Florida the past three years, will stop off for a short visit with his brother W. K., on his return from the Hudson reunión of the fourth Michigan Infantry. Oí H, Denlson, Saginaw City, Mich., is spending coimneneement week in the city. Mr. Denison was with the Hts of '84 for nearly two years, but was com[jelled to discontinue work at the University on account of ill health. The temptation to see '84 gradúate was too great, though Charlie's business engagements keep him closely occupied. His health is much Improved.